Fleming College is committed to supporting outstanding institutional, community-based, and technology transfer research and innovation.
Fleming College's CAWT is a unique water research centre with advanced infrastructure and accredited on-site facilities. Located in Lindsay, Ontario (Canada) at the Frost Campus of Fleming College the CAWT forms a top-notch teaching facility for students in Fleming's School of Environmental and Natural Resource Sciences. CAWT's mandate extends to student training through the Environmental Technology and the Advanced Water Systems Operations and Management Co-op programs at Fleming and to technology transfer with partners and the public.
The CAWT works with industry, government, NGOs and other academic institutions to develop and test innovative water and wastewater technologies.
The CAWT is an internationally recognized research institute at Fleming College that conducts research in the areas of water and wastewater treatment. Working with industry partners on emerging concepts to real world applications, it is our goal to turn innovative ideas into market advantage for a cleaner world.
The CAWT is comprised of a core group of project managers, scientists, faculty researchers, and technologists. We are passionate about driving innovation in the water and wastewater sectors, supporting small- to medium-sized companies, and helping find new ways to protect, reuse, treat, and manage the world's water.
See the Centre for Advancement of Water and Wastewater Technologies website for more information.